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8:50 AM EDT on May 14, 2013

    • Will High-Speed Rail Ever Get Off the Ground? (Governing)
    • Amtrak's Shiny New Locomotives Are Emblematic of Improving Financial Health (AP)
    • Hey, There's a National Transportation Week! And It's This Week! (JoC)
    • Point: Want Cycling to Be Treated Like a Legit Form of Transportation? Act Like It. (Atlantic Cities)
    • Counterpoint: Cyclists Shouldn't Have to Be More "Squeaky Clean" Than Everybody Else (WashCycle)
    • Bike League and WalkScore Release Bike-Friendly City Rankings
    • Seven Bike-to-Work-Week Reminders Why Bicycles Are Pure Goodness (Daily Page)
    • Watch a Real-Live Customer Service Agent Pop Out of a Japanese Farecard Machine (Good)
    • CT DOT: How About Ridesharing? (CBS)
    • Compliance Cars, I Mean Electric Vehicles, Are Huge Money-Losers for Manufacturers (USA Today)
    • Urbanism Without Effort: Let It Happen Organically (HuffPo)

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